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In Review 
NATIONAL EVENTS 

1. On March 9, President Johnson presents the Medal 
of Honor to Spec. 6 Lawrence Joel, the first medic to 
win the nation's highest award for military gallantry. 

2. In October, thousands of anti-Vietnam-war protest 
marchers descended on Washington, D. C. and created 
scenes like this at the mall entrance of the Pentagon. 

3. Astronauts Virgil I. Grissom, Edward H. White and 
Roger B. Chaffee died at Cape Kennedy on January 27 
when fire broke out in their Apollo capsule. 

4. On September 9, Oebra Dene Barnes, Moran, Kan- 
sas, was chosen Miss America 1968. Debra was the 
second Miss Kansas in a row to win this high honor. 

5. This young lady is holding six pieces of high-reso- 
lution film, called chips, developed by IBM. All of 
Shakespeare's works can be recorded on six chips. 

6. This aircraft of the future, the 231-foot Boeing 
747, will someday carry 490 passengers at 625 m.p.h., 
thus enabling air fares to be reduced. 







7. In August, flood waters of the Chena River in Alaska 
caused hundreds of millions of dollars in damage. Fif- 
teen thousand residents of Fairbanks were evacuated. 

8. In July, 4,700 Federal troops were called in to 
suppress rioting in Detroit, Michigan. Many other 
cities experienced similar riots during 1967. 

9. On November 9, following years of preparation 
and the expenditure of billions of dollars, the first 
giant Saturn rocket was launched from Cape Kennedy. 

10. UCLA's basketball team, featuring 7-foot, 2-inch 
Lew Alcindor, was undefeated in 1967 and could con- 
ceivably set an all time win record during 1968. 

11. Secrejary Robert C. Weaver looks over a possible 
solution to part of the pollution problem, a minicar 
which features a small gasoline-electric engine. 

12. In January, a record-smashing 26 inches of snow 
fell in Chicago in 29 hours and brought the entire 
area to a virtual standstill for more than a week. 







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SMITH ACADEMY 



HATFIELD, MASSACHUSETTS 




Academics 



Activities 



Sports 



Seniors 




Editors' Message 



The Editors attempted to bring you a true picture of the Smith 
Academy student when we assembled the 1968 ECHO. We tried 
to record his academic life and extracurricular activities in the best 
way possible, through pictures. 

Through the samples we selected we wanted to show the spirit 
and tradition that prevailed throughout the four years we spent at 
Smith Academy, illustrating a closely knit student body. 

We would like to extend our thanks to our superintendent, Mr. 
Skarzynski, to our teachers and most of all to Mrs. Spakowski, our 
advisor, for the help and cooperation they have given us throughout 
the past year. Also our heartfelt thanks goes to the patrons and 
advertisers without whom the publication of this yearbook would not 
have been possible. 

The Editors of the yearbook hope this book will impress upon 
all who read it the importance of our school in the lives of all who 
attend it. 

The Co-Editors 



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ROW ONE: L. Shaw, C. Mullins, Mrs. Spakowski, S. 
E. Osley, M. Donnis, B. Malinowski, T. Wickles. 



Majewski, C. Vachula ROW TWO: R. Burringtc 



THE EDITORS 

ADVISOR 

Mrs. Mary A. Spakowski 
CO-EDITORS 

Elizabeth Osley 

Rrenda Malinowski 
BUSINESS MANAGER 

Martha Doktor 
TREASURER 

Richard Burrington 
PHOTOGRAPHY EDITOR 

Carol Vachula 
LAYOUT EDITOR 

Thomas Wickles 
ASSISTANT LAYOUT EDITOR 

Lenora Shaw 
COPY EDITOR 

Marsha Donnis 
PRODUCTION CONTROL EDITOR 

Sally Majewski 




C. Vachula and M. Doktor check finances. 




Mrs. Mary A. Spakowski 



Due to the deep admiration we hold for Mrs. Mary A. Spakowski; 
our teacher and advisor it is with gratitude that we, the class of 1968, 
dedicate our yearbook to her. Through her patience and understanding 
we have been able to overcome problems we were not able to solve 
ourselves. In this way we would like to express our sincere thanks to 
her. 



Plato once said, "The direction in which education starts a man will determine 
his future life." At no time in history has this observation been more important. 
In our modern and mobile society, with its recurrent technological revolutions, the 
financial and social status of each citizen is almost directly related to his educational 
achievement. In turn, this educational achievement is measured by the quality of 
the education received by the individual, and the quantity absorbed by the individual. 

I am extremely proud of this graduating class. Each member of the class has proven 
he has the determination to succeed in spite of obstacles to his success. I hope you 
will continue to greater success as I know you will strive to reflect credit upon your 
school, your community, and most important of all, your parents. 








Mr. John A. Skarzynski 

Holy Cross, B.S., Springfield College, 
M.Ed., University of Massachusetts, 
CC.A.G.S.: Superintendent; Principal; 
Driver Education Instructor. 

"Go get the mail . . . step into the office 
. . . Are you doing anything? . . . Who 
do you think you are? . . . What do you 
think you're doing?" 



Mr. John Naumowicz 

University of Massachusetts, B.S.; M.Ed.; 
Assistant Principal; English II-A, IV-A; 
Humanities; Thespians Advisor; Creative 
Writing Advisor. 



Another famous Naumowicz < 
The great white hunter . . . You senior 
girls! ... I want it so quiet, I can hear 
the fibers of your clothes stretch as you 
breath . . . Are you testing me? . . . One 
two button your lip; three four put your 
books on the floor. 



Mrs. Florence E. Muller 

Wheaton College, B.A.; French I, II, Ill- 
Latin II; Guidance; Pro Merito Advisor; 
Cheerleader Advisor. 

People, please . . . You're old enough to 
know . . . You're running out of time 
. . . I'm speaking English . . . Don't you 
even understand your own language? 




Mrs. Margaret E. Pruzynski 

McCarthy Business College: Secretarial 
Practice; Clerical Practice; Shorthand I, 
II; Typing I, II; G.O. Fund Treasurer; 
Falcon Flyer Advisor. 

Didn't you read the directions? ... No 
talking! . . . Already— go . . . Your table 
is hitting against the wall! . . . Do your 
own work! . . . Are there any questions? 



Mr. Richard J. Sadoski 

Bentley College, B.S.; Bookkeeping; Eco- 
nomics; General Business; Typing I; 
Business Law; Junior Class Advisor. 

Let's cut out the chatter, people . . . Are 
you finished eating? . . . Utilize your time 
properly ... I won't charge you for over- 
time properly . . . that dimple!! 



Mr. Alan C. Copithorne 

University of Massachusetts, B.A.; Civics; 
United States History; Problems of De- 
mocracy; Debating Club. 

Those dimples . . . nice voice . . . this is 
a study hall . . . I'm not picking on you 
. . . You give up too early . . . You're not 
in Kindergarten . . . Loves the whole se- 
nior class!! 




A AJk 



Mr. Leonard A. Yarrows 

University of Massachusetts, B.S.; M.Ed; 
Algebra II; Advanced Mathematics; 
Chemistry; Physics. 

This should keep you off the streets for a 
while . . . Hallway patrol . . . Let's walk 
down those stairs . . . Quiet down . . . 
Shy and Quiet???? 



Mrs. Mary A. Spakowski 

University of Massachusetts, B.S., M.S.; 
Biology II-A, II-B; Home Economics I, II, 
IV; Junior Business Math; Yearbook Advi- 
sor; Senior Class Advisor. 

Don't tell me, write it down . . . Now 
what's your problem ... do you have 
your excuse? . . . We are going to have a 
quiz . . . Explain yourself!! 




Mr. Richard M. Cechvala 

University of Massachusetts, B.S.; Plane 
Geometry; English II-B, III-A, III-B, IV- 
B; Soccer Coach; Prize Speaking Advisor; 
Sophomore Class Advisor. 

Lets have some air in here . . . Forestry 
major?? . . . Never runs . . . It's much 
too noisy in here . . . Absolutely . . . 
Yessssss!! . . . How did we get onto this 
subject?? 







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Mr. Clyde Meyerhoefer 

University of Massachusetts, B.S.; Direc- 
tor of Physical Education; Baseball Coach 
and Trainer. 

Gracefully . . . Hustle . . . Senior girls 
. . . What does the "C" stand for? . . . 
Girls' basketball coach . . . New Hair 
Style!!! 




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Faculty Candids 



Oh, for the end of the day! 






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Sure, I believe in Santa Cls 




Christmas Sine-in. 



Mrs. Lois Smith, Music Directc 



School Personnel 





Town Hall Custodian, Mr. Sliwoski. 



Custodian, Mr. John Besko. 





School Doctor, Dr. Bvrne; School Nurse, Mrs. Godek. 



School Secretary, Mrs. Sheehan. 




Jayne M. Adamites 

"Abbie" 

Northampton; Commercial; Varsity Cheer- 
ing 1; Glee Club 1, 3, 4; Office Aids 2~; 
Yearbook Club 3, 4; Thespians 3, 4; Driv- 
ers Education 3; Pep Club 3, 4; Editor of 
Falcon Flyer 4; Falcon Flyer 3, 4; 
Washington Trip 4; Typing Award 3; 
Prom Committee 3; Assistant Typing Edi- 
tor 4. 

"AULP" . . . Doesn't that tig ya? . . . 
California's Little Surfer . . . That's Cool 
. . . California homesick . . . What am I 
gonna wear? . . . Schmuck ... I don't 
have any clothes. 



William Belden 

"Bill- 
Northampton; College; Library Club 1; 
Glee Club 2; Basketball Manager 1, 2, 3, 
4; Soccer Manager 1, 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 2, 
3, 4; Drivers Education 3; Prom Commit- 
tee 3; Washington Trip 4. 



Turners Falls . 
. . , The bullet 



Always being excused 
. crazy laugh. 



Patricia A. Betsold 

"Patty" 

Northampton; Commercial; Basketball 2, 
3; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Office Aids 2; Fal- 
con Flyer 3, 4; Thespians 3, 4; Yearbook 
Club 3; Pep Club 4; Drivers Education 2; 
Prom Committee 3; Bowling Club 1, 2; 
Washington Trip 4. 

I'm not supposed to tell anybody but . . . 
Big deal . . . Tall but contented. 




William J. Betsold 

"Yo'< 

Northampton; College; Library Club 1; 
School Paper 1; Lieutenant Safety Patrol 
1; Glee Club 2; Chess Club 2, 3; Bowling 
Club 1, 2; Drivers Education 2; Prom 
Committee 3; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Soccer 
4; Washington Trip 4. 

Me and Chuck . . . Pepsi and Potato 
chips . . . pitch at the Legion . . . that 
hot "58" 






Celeste N. Bourque 
"Borky" 

Northampton; Commercial; Glee Club 1, 
3, 4; Thespians 3, 4; Drivers Education 3; 
Pep Club 3; Falcon Flyer 3, 4; Varsity 
Cheering 1; Yearbook Club 3, 4; Prom 
Committee 3; Typing Award 3; 
Washington Trip 4. 

MIKE , . . Our . . . Ya right ... Hot lit- 
tle station wagon ... I want to make a 
good impression ... He doesn't scare me 
. . . Oh ya . . . That's repulsive . . . 
Don't be ridiculous. 



Eileen J. Bruscoe 

"Brush" 

Northampton; Commercial; Varsity Cheer- 
ing 1, 2, 4; Co-Captain 1, 2, 4; Glee 
Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Girls' Basketball 3; Pep 
Club 3; Office Aids 2; Falcon Flyer 3, 4; 
Thespians 3, 4; Yearbook Club 3, 4; Ski 
Club 4; Drivers Education 3; Prom Com- 
mittee 3; Washington Trip 4. 

Promises, promises, promises . . . that sly 
smile . . . ski addict ... are you joshing 
me . . . trips to North Hatfield. 



Richard L. Burrington 

"Rock" 

St. Johnsbury Vt.; College; Class Vice- 
President 2, 4; Library Club 1; Ski Club 

2, 3; Yearbook Club 3, 4; Treasurer 4; 
Thespians 4; Stage Manager 4; Prize 
Speaking 3; Drivers Education 2; Glee 
Club 2, 3; Pro Merito 1, 2, 3, 4; W. Mass 
Electric Co. Rep. 4; R. P. I. Math and 
Science Achievement Award 3; Soccer 2, 

3, 4; Basketball 2, 3; Baseball 2, 3, 4; 
Washington Trip 4. 

Trips to Vermont hunting? . . those 
hand motions . . . Don't worry about it 
■ . . Hey brother. 





The Barber's Rebellion. 



John M. Cantwell 

"Jackie" 

Northampton; Commercial; Library Club 
1; Chess Club 2; Drivers Education 2; 
Soccer 4; Prom Committee 3; School Pa- 
per 1; Washington Trip 4. 

Class clown . . . Why pick on me? . . . 
That innocent (?) expression . . . Big 
Louies adopted brother . . . Chets' body 
guard. 






Michael J. Ciszewski 

"Zuke" 

Northampton; College; Chess Club 2, 3; 
Library Club 1; Basketball 1; Drivers Ed- 
ucation 3; School Ppaer 1; Prom Commit- 
tee 3; Golf Club 1, 2, 3; Washington Trip 

4. 

Easthampton girls . . . Those side burns 
. . . sharp dresser . . . "I'll love you 
forever". 




Barbara J. Desmond 
"Desi" 

Ware; Commercial; Drivers Education 3; 
Typing Award 3; Prom Committee 3; Pro 
Merito 1, 2, 3, 4; Prize Speaking 3. 



"FRAN" . . . "Bizzy 
bara and her hambi 
class . . . Don't be cruel 
That's mean. 



as a bee . . . Bar- 
gs . . . Hums in 



Martha M. Doktor 
"Mart" 

Northampton; College; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 
4; Voice Class 3; Librarian 4; Yearbook 
Club 2, 3, 4; Business Manager 4; Thespi- 
ans 2, 3, 4; Prom Committee 3; Pro Meri- 
to 1, 2, 3, 4; Science and Math Club 3; 
Treasurer 3; Drivers Education 3; 
Washington Trip 4. 



Hey kid 
Sandi . . 



. . I have to talk to you 
her and Sue. 




Marsha W. Donnis 

"Marsh" 

Northampton; College; Glee Club 2, 3; 
Thespians 2, 3, 4; Vice-President 4; Senior 
Play 2, 3, 4; Creative Writing 2, 4; Dis- 
cussion Club 2, 3; Drivers Education 3; 
Girls' Basketball 2, 3, 4; Yearbook Club 2, 
3, 4; Copy Editor 4; Prize Speaking 3; 
Girls State 3; Drivers Education Repre- 
sentative 3; Prom Committee 3; Pro Meri- 
to 2, 3, 4. 

Zero . . . Trips to U. Mass. . . . Donnis 
and her . . . Always checking it out . . . 
those arguments with Mr. Naumowicz 
. . . "My mother doesn't understand 





Gift from the Alumni. 




Paul Duga 

"Duge" 

Northampton; College; Science Club 1; 
Glee Club 1, 2; Ski Club 2, 3, 4; Prom 
Committee 3; Washington Trip 4. 

Foeign wardrobe . . . can't wait for the 
winter . . . skiing is the greatest . . . su- 
per cool. 



Irene A. Glenowicz 

"Glink" 

Northampton; College; School Paper 1; 
News Editor 1; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Falcon 
Flyer 2, 3, 4; Creative Writing 2; Thespi- 
ans 2, 3, 4; Senior Plav 4; Yearbook Club 
2, 3, 4; Class Treasurer 1; Girls' Basket- 
ball 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 3, 4; Prom Com- 
mittee 3; Drivers Education 3; Math Club 
1; Washington Trip 4. 

Oh ga-ga . . . hot temper . . . What does 
it look like? ... no one ever tells me 
anything! 



Jean M. J 

"Jeannie 

Northampton; College; Thespians 3, 4; 
Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Drivers Education 3; 
Girls' Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook Club 
3, 4; Falcon Flyer 2, 3, 4; Prom Commit- 
tee 3; Washington Trip 4. 

Jeff . . . Daily trips to Hamp . . . Whoop- 
e-doo ..." lunch at 11:00?? . . . 
Florence. 





and he kissed me right he 



Karen M. Klimczyk 

"Karen" 

Montague City; College; Girls' Basketball 
1, 2; Glee Club 1; Thespians 2, 4; Drivers 
Education 2; Art Club 4; Washington 
Trip 4. 

That wild laugh . . . Boston Bound . . 
Huntington . . . the sky . . . those vips 
. . . Food Mart . . . Whalens . . . B\ * 'er 
Chief. 




Barbara M. Kopacz 

"Barbsie" 

Northampton; College; Library Club 1; 
Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Home and Family 2; 
Prize Speaking 3; Falcon Flyer 4; Thespi- 
ans 4; Yearbook Club 4; Senior Play 4; 
Drivers Education 3; Washington Trip 4. 



Wah's or muk- 

. Let me tell 

Let's check out 



I'm tellim 



a-yu.. . 

you about Ed-ward 

the stock . . . You got the g 



Victor S. Liszewski 

"Vic" 

Northampton; Commercial; Library Club 
I; Drivers Education 2; Rod & Gun 2; 
Chess Club 3; Office Aids 4; Baseball I, 2, 
3, 4; Soccer 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Stu- 
dent Council 4; Washington Trip 4. 

All talk— no action . . . Joe College . . . 
you want a rap . . . Polish Cat . . . the 
mumbler . . . those hand motions behind 
the pole . . . reaper. 



Paul Maciorowski 

"Matchie" 

Greenfield; College; Library Club 1; Stu- 
dent Council President 1; Glee Club 1, 2; 
School Paper 1; Basketball Manager 2; 
Baseball Manager 1; Baseball 2, 3, 4; Ski 
Club 2, 3; Bowling Club 1; Drivers Edu- 
cation 3; Prom Committee 3; Washington 
Trip 4. 

Shy and innocent? . . . Hamp girls . . . 
Blonde hair and a beauty mark. 




Sally T- Majewski 

Northampton; College; Yearbook Club 3, 
4; Production Control Editor 4; Pro Meri- 
to 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 3, 4; Thespians 
2, 3, 4; Prom Committee 3; Prize Speak- 
ing 3; Girls Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Falcon 
Flyer 2; Science and Math 3; Drivers Ed- 
ucation 2; Creative Writing 4; 
Washington Trip 4. 

Trips to South Deerfield . . . Martha isn't 
the only Doc I know. 




Senior Drop-Ins. 



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Brenda J. Malinowski 

"Bren" 

Northampton; College; Yearbook 2, 3, 4; 
Math Club 1; School Paper 1; Feature 
Ed. 1; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Girls Basket- 
ball 1, 2; Co-Capt. 1; Cheering 3, 4; Capt. 
3; Assistant Ed. of Yearbook 4; Thes. 2, 3, 
4; Drivers Ed. 2; Falcon Flyer 2; Prom 
Committee 3; Ski Club 3; Class Treas. 1; 
Class Sec. 2, 3; Pro Merito 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Creative Writing 2; Washington Trip 4. 

I don't have a thing to wear . . . still car- 
rying a touch . . . write me a note . . . Oh, 
that man ... of all the gall ... wild 
hand motions!! 



Bruce F. Malinowski 

"Mai" 

Northampton; College; CI. Pres. 3; Stu- 
dent Council 4; Pres. 4; Boys State Rep. 
3; Prize Speaking 3; Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4; Co- 
Capt. 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 
2, 3, 4; Glee Club 2, 3; Voice Class 3; Ski 
Club 2, 3, 4; Library Club 1; Drivers Ed. 
2; Prom Committee 3; Thes. 4; Senior 
Play 4; Yearbook 3; Washington Trip 4. 

Hi Sweetie ... I can't wait for the week- 
end . . . Right!!! . . . golden shovel 
award . . . Ski sweaters . . . light green 
sport shirt!! 



Cynthia A. Mullins 

"Cyndy" 

Northampton; Commercial; Varsity 
Cheering 1, 2, 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Pep Club 3; Office Aids 2; Falcon Flyer 3, 
4; Thespians 2, 3, 4; Drivers Education 2; 
Yearboolc Club 3, 4; Typing Editor 4; 
Prom Committee 3; Bowling Club 1, 2; 
Washington Trip 4. 

"KIME" . . . O.K. Sweetie . . . Ford has 
a better idea ... Hi Botch ... I hate 
him with a passion . . . I'll be totally em- 
barrassed ... I have never laughed so 
hard." 



I'll raise you one. 





Linda M. Omasta 

"Lyn" 

Northampton; Commercial; Thespians 4; 
Glee Club 1; Drivers Education 2; Prom 
Committee 3; Washington Trip 4. 



"BOBBY" . . . That 
Watchit or I'll hit you . 
Oh those mustangs. 



hot falcon 
. . So what? 




Elizabeth J. Oslev 

"Liz" 

Northampton; College; Glee Club 2, 3, 4 
Pres. 4; Librarian 2, 3; Thes. 2, 3, 4 
Treas. 4; Creative Writing 2, 4; Discus 
sion Club 2; Ski Club 3; Drivers Ed. 3: 
Librarv Club 1; Girls Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: 
Student Council 3; Yearbook 2, 3, 4; Ed.- 
in-Chief 4; Prize Speaking 3; Senior Play 
3, 4; Drivers Ed. Rep. 3; Prom Committee 
3; Good Government Rep. 4; Washington 
Trip 4. 

Oh ga-ga . . . Right there Harv ... Pin 
ball addict . . . Oh, is he ever gross . . . 
Let it all hang out!!! 



William S. Osley 

"Ozzie" 

Northampton; College; Math Club 1; Rod 
& Gun 2; Student Council 2; Ski Club 2, 
3; Vice President 3, 4; Drivers Education 
3; Washington Trip. 

Hey Greaser . . . "Jose" . . . Flavorland 
man ... Is that right?" the cut . . . always 



Karen A. Pelis 

"Karen" 

Northampton; Commercial; Drivers Edu- 
cation 3; Thespians 3, 4; Yearbook Club 
3; Library Club 1; Washington Trip 4. 



behind O.C.C. 



Billv the Belcher. 



Rhode Island . . 
her pet snake . 
th£t wild laugh 
funny accent!! 



Tee Hee . . . K.P. . . . 

. Susies' shadow . . . 

. . . freckles . . . that 







... 






Wayne E. Pelis 

"Dobe" 

Northampton; College; Rod & Gun 2, 3, 
4; President 4; Drivers Education 3; Li- 
brary Club 1; Soccer Manager 2; Thespians 
4; Prom Committee 3; Washington Trip 
4. 



Ar. Copithornes' buddy . . . sophisticated 
ditorials ... did you ever see a guppie 
vith cavities?? . . . these are all my girls. 




Wavne's harem. 




Penelope Pergant 

"Penny" 

Northampton; College; Transferred from 
J.F.K. in Sophomore year; Glee Club 2, 3, 
4; Home and Family 2; Falcon Flyer 4; 
Thespians 4; Yearbook Club 4; Drivers 
Education 3; Prom Committee 3; 
Washington Trip 4. 

Prone to accidents . . . hearty laugh . . . 
I'm so confused . . . Zorba . . . don't hu- 
mor me . . . Minu-minuH . . . the bug 
. . . have you ever heard my father's 
jokes?? 



Suzanne L. Proulx 

"Sue" 

Northampton; Commercial; School Paper 
1; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Librarian 3, 4; Voice 
Class 3; Chess Club 4; Yearbook Club 2, 
3, 4; Thespians 2, 3, 4; Senior Play 4; 
Drivers Education 3; Washington Trip 4. 

Fake it . . . anyone need a brownie . . . 
Sooz . . . Salem State . . . Gets sick on 
"Turkey" and calls the "Dok" ... A date 
in 4 years. 



Lenora F. Shaw 

"Sis" 

Northampton; College; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 
4; Girls Basketball 1, 2; Falcon Flyer 2, 3, 
4; Thespians 2, 3, 4; Yearbook Club 2, 3, 
4; Assistant Lay-out Editor 4; Drivers Ed- 
ucation 3; Prom Committee 3; 
Washington Trip 4. 

Pardon . . . are you kidding? . . . trips to 
Westfleld . . . Penny's big sister . . . Al- 
ways on a diet!! ... say baby. 




He doesn't believe me. 




Daniel P. Sheehan 

"Al" 

Northampton; College; Glee Club 1; Li- 
brary Club 1 ; Rod & Gun 2, 3, 4; Treasurer 
4; Drivers Education 3; Prom Committee 
3; Prize Speaking 3; Washington Trip 4. 



Big Y. man. 
Al-Hooper . 
Dan-ielo. 



. muscles? Alley-oop 
. that girl from Hamp? 




Edward J. Sikorski 

"Sicky" 

Northampton; Commercial; Library Club; 
Treasurer 1; Rod & Gun 2, 3, 4; Secretary 
4; Basketball 2; Drivers Education 3; 
School Paper 1; Prom Committee 3; Glee 
Club 1; Typing Award 3; Washington 
Trip 4. 



Timmy did it 
maker. 



"Little" trouble 



Chester J. Skorupski 

"Clyde- 
Northampton; Commercial; Student 
Council 3, 4; Vice President 4; Chess 
Club 2, 3; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Foul 
Shooting award 3; Soccer 2, 3, 4; Co-Cap- 
tain 4; Prom Committee 3; Library Club 
1; Drivers Education 2; Glee Club 1; 
Washington Trip 4. 

Dooch . . . Pardon . . . Shut your face 
. . . the lover . . . Shing-a-ling . . . the 
bouncer. 



Maureen S. Slysz 
"Bonnie" 

Northampton; Commercial; Glee Club 1, 
3, 4; Thespians 3; Drivers Education 3; 
Pep Club 3; Falcon Flyer 3, 4; Varsity 
Cheering 1; Yearbook Club 3, 4; Prom 
Committee 3; Typing Award 3; 
Washington Trip 4. 

Oh rilly ... I can't go up that street, 
there's a hill on top . . . shy? . . . thrills. 




Kathryn D. Szych 

"Kathy" 

Northampton; College; Glee Club 1, 2; 
Girls Basketball 2; Thespians 3; Drivers 
Education 3; Prom Committee 3; Art 
Club 4; Washington Trip 4. 

BURGER CHEF . . . Boston or Bust . . . 
Long hair . . . MacDonalds ... All 
Right, All Ready. 



When will it ever end!? 



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Virginia Talbott 

"Ginnie" 

Natick; College; Transferred from Hollis- 
ton High School in Senior year; Thespians 
4; Glee Club 4; Art Club 4; Drivers Edu- 
cation 4; Senior Play 4. 

"Yes sir" . . . Always helpful . . . Oh I 
am so proud of you . . . But Mr. Clyde! 
. . . Loves Gary Burdas' jokes. 



Carol A. Vachula 

"Carol" 

Northampton; College; School Paper 1 
Ed.-in-Chief. 1; Girls Basketball 1, 2, 3: 
CI. Vice-Pres. 3; CI. Sec. 4; Yearbook 3, 4 
Photographv Ed. 4; Student Council 2: 
Discussion Club 2; Chess Club 2; Thespi- 
ans 2, 3, 4; Pres. 4; Senior Play 4; Science 
and Math 3; Glee Club 2, 3; Voice Class 
3; Drivers Ed. 3. 

Guess who called? . . . quiet??? ... No 
hair cut-no car!! . . . DIKI-BIRD!!! 




George M. Vachula 

"George" 

Northampton; College; Class Vice-Presi- 
dent 1; Class Treasurer 2, 3, 4; Pro Merito 
1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Soccer 2, 3, 
4; Math Club 1; Ski Club 2, 3, 4; Glee 
Club 2; Drivers Education 3; Prom Com- 
mittee 3; Washington Trip 4. 



MONICA 
struck 



. solitary man . . . star 
Always thinking about 




u s .: 



'Christmas time, Christmas time is here. 




ilfffff 



Thomas J. Wickles 

"Wiggsie" 

Springfield; College; Class Pres. 1, 2, 4; 
Pro Merito 1, 2, 3, 4; Prize Speaking 3; 
Yearbook 3, 4; Lavout Ed. 4; Senior Play 
4; Thespians 4; Glee Club 2, 3; Golf Club 
3; School Paper 1; Sports Ed. 1; Safetv Pa- 
trol Captain 1; Drivers Ed. 3; Prom Com- 
mittee 3; Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 
3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; M.V.P 3; Creative 
Writing 4; Voice Class 3; Washington 
Trip 4. 

All girls in my car . . . Mario . . . Always 
ranking someone out ... the ladies man 
. . . never says no . . . all convertible 
tops down in the middle of winter ... a 
hearty laugh . . . can't keep a straight 
face when he's fibbing . . . FALCOON?? 




Timothy J. Wilkes 

"Timmy" 

Northampton; Commercial; Library 
Club 1; Rod & Gun 2, 3, 4; Drivers Edu- 
cation 3; Bowling Club 1, 2; Basketball 
Manager 2; Baseball Manager 3, 4; Typ- 
ing Award 3; Prom Committee 3; 
Washington Trip 4. 




Northampton College; Girls Basketball 1, 
2; Thespians 2, 3; Glee Club 1, 2; Art 
Club 4; Drivers Education. 

JOHN . . . Caldors . . . quick temper . . . 
out of the frying pan into the fire??? 



Yeah Sikorski 
Dis Ya, but . . 



. . Beaver . 
great hunter. 



Da and 




SENIOR PRO MERITO: ROW 1-C. Vachula, Mr. Nau- 
mowicz, ROW 2— R. Burrington, S. Majewski, S. Proulx, G. 
Vachula, M. Doktor, M. Donnis, T. Wickles. Absent when 
picture was taken, Brenda Malinowski and B. Desmond. 




CLASS OFFICERS: ROW 1-Mrs. Spa- 
kowski, T. Wickles, ROW 2 R. Bur- 
rington, C. Vachula, G. Vachula. 




Pause at the water hole. 




Repeat that in English! 








Weigh-in. 




Footsteps to prog 




Oh, no! It's got the last row. 



J 



umors 




ROW ONE: C. Cantwell, G. Burda, Mr. Sadowski, C. Sperry, T. 
Kabat, J. Wolfram. ROW TWO: C. Boyle, I. Sikorski, K. Zehel- 
ski, J. Fitzgerald, K. Wilkes, R. Omasta, L. Rogaleski, C. Cahill, 
R. Dunn, C. Wykowski, D. Bucala, I. Smiarowski, ROW 
THREE: M. Pickett, A. Tremblay, D. Kempistry, T. Doktor, D. 
Paddock, K. Zerneri, L. Kabat, A. Armes, R. Panicko, J. Gizien- 



ski, R. Magdycz, D. Jablonski, Mr. Celatka, L. Celatka, C. Doty 
ROW FOUR: M. Sliwoski, E. Boyle, C. Petrowicz, C. Macio- 
rowski, L. Szych, W. Popko, J. Wroblewski, J. Deres, L. Barlow, 
M. Motyka, D. Klimczyk. Absent when picture was taken B. 
Jaworski and P. Vanasse. 




The Junior Class held its first class meeting on 
September 11, 1967. The following class officers 
were elected: Pres. Thaddeus Kabat; V. Pres. Bar- 
bara Jaworski; Sec. Claire Cantwell; Treas. Craig 
Sperry; Student Council Gary Burda and Joan 
Wolfram. 

With the help of the class advisor, Mr. Sadow- 
ski, the juniors held several successful food sales 
and dances' climaxed by the Junior Prom, held Fri- 
day, May 17, 1968, at the Whale Inn in Goshen. 
Entitled, Stairway to the Stars— it was the high- 
light of the junior year. 



CLASS OFFICERS: Mr. Sadowski, T. Kabat, C. Sperry, C. 
Cantwell, B. Jaworski. 



Are you sure this is right? 





This is a chemistry class? 



It's called group homework. 





I'm embarrassed! 



Sophomores 




Row 1: N. Slowikowski, D. Slowik, J. Donnis, Mr. Cechvala, J. 
Lisewski, G. Walker, L. Paniczko ROW 2: C. Kabat, E. Kempis- 
ty, E. Pelis, D. Wickles, R. Santoni, E. Malinowski, R. Hill, B. 
Higgins, D. Szych, N. Karakula, J. Parker, C. Vanasse, ROW 3: 
H. Mitchell, W. Kuchyt, G. Fascza, P. Yanginski, G. Mullins, S. 



Matusiewicz, R. Betsold, C. Yagodzynski, G. Burrington, M. 
Fletcher, R. Kochan, R. Phaneuf, F. Celatka, ROW 4: B. Barlow, 
R. Osley, R. Skorupski, J. Harvey, E. Frodyma, R. Shea, C. Zono- 
ni, R. Osepowicz, W. Geryk, H. Klimczyk. 




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On September 11, 1967 the sophomore class 
held its first class meeting at Smith Academy. Mr. 
Cechvala was appointed as class advisor and the 
following students were elected as class officers: 
President, Walter Kuchyt; Vice-President, Cynthia 
Kabat; Secretary, Edward Malinowski; Treasurer, 
Richard Santoni. Dolores Slowik and Gary Bur- 
rington were elected to represent the class in Stu- 
dent Council. 



CLASS OFFICERS: Mr. Cechvala, W. Kuchyt, E. Malinowski, R. 
Santoni, C. Kabat. 



Initiation 



The Sophomore class officially became a part of the Smith Academy student body 
on September 29, 1967. The traditional activity began with a parade of underclass- 
men led by Initiation Chairmen Richard Burrington and Irene Glenowicz. 

Urged by the Seniors, skits were performed by the various members of the Sopho- 
more class. The evening ended with a dance sponsored by the Seniors with music by 
the Centuries. 





'It isn't easy being a girl. 



Make-up can do wonders! 






ACTIVITIES 



Yearbook Club 




ROW ONE: R. Burrington, C. Mullins, C. Vachula, M. icz, J. Donnis, E. Bruscoe, S. Proulx, C. Bourque, M. Slysz, 

Donnis, E. Osley, Mrs. Spakowski, B. Malinowski, S. Ma- ROW THREE: C. Sperry, B. Kopacz, M. Sliwoski, L. Bog- 

jewski, L. Shaw, T. Wickles. ROW TWO: J. Adamites, P. alewski, J. Wolfram, K. Zehelski, N. Slowikowski,. D. Slo- 

Pergant, M. Celatka, C. Cahill, J. Jagodzinski, I. Glenow- wik, E. Kempisty. 



The Yearbook Club, under the supervision of 
Mrs. Mary Spakowski, solicited advertisements for 
the yearbook and raised the funds necessary for its 
publication. 

We sincerely thank all those who made this 
book possible. 



Falcon Flyers 




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ROW ONE: Mrs. Pruzynski, E. Bruscoe, J. Adamites, M. Sliwoski, P. Pergant, L. Rogalewski, I. Sikorski, 
C. Mullins ROW TWO: E. Kempisty, D. Slowik, L. Shaw, B. Kopacz, I. Smiarowski, ROW THREE J. 
Donnis, D. Paddock, M. Slysz, C. Bourque, J. Jagodzinski ROW FOUR: N. Karakula, I. Glenowicz, M. 
Celtaka, K. Wilkes. 



This year the Falcon Flyer Club worked 
under the guidance of Mrs. Margaret Pruzyn- 
ski, to publish the weekly school newspaper. 
The newspaper reported the school's activities 
and all official announcements. The publica- 
tion enjoyed a high circulation among the stu- 
dent body and was greatly appreciated by all. 




Meeting the deadline! 



Glee Club 




Sopranos ROW ONE: Mr. Copithorne, M. Pickett, I. Sikorski, J. Adamites, P. Pergant, C. Doty, S. Ma- 
jewski, Mrs. Smith ROW TWO: J. Wolfram, K. Wilkes, M. Sliwoski, B. Kopacz, J. Jagodzinski, I. Gle- 
nowicz, E. Osley, N. Karakula, S. Proulx ROW THREE: M. Motyka, T. Doktor, J. Fitzgerald, C. 
Cantwell, V. Talbott, D. Kempisty, I. Smiarowski, L. Barlow, D. Klimczyk, K. Zehelski, C. Bourque. 




Altos ROW ONE: B. Boyle, C. Petrowicz, A. Tremblay, L. Paniczko, Mr. Copithorne, Mrs. Smith, L. Ce- 
latka, C. Vanasse, C. Kabat, R. Phaneuf ROW TWO: D. Slowik, C. Boyle, M. Celatka, D. Szych, L. 
Szych, B. Malinowski, J. Donnis, E. Bruscoe, C. Mullins ROW THREE: C. Maciorowski, L. Rogalewski, 
C. Cahill, S. Kugler, F. Celatka, D. Paddock, E. Kempisty, N. Slowikowski, D. Ciszewski. 



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The Glee Club, 
directed by Mrs. Lois 
Smith and Mr. Alan 
Copithorne, presented 
the Christmas Concert 
and a Spring Program 
of patriotic songs. 
Officers were E. Osley, 
Pres.; M. Celatka, 
V.Pres.; and C. 
Cantwell, Sec. 



GLEE CLUB OFFICERS C. Cantwell, M. Celatka, Mrs. Smith, E. Osley. 




BOYS' GLEE CLUB T. Kabat, T. Wickles, A. Armes, W. Popko, W. Bel- 
den, G. Fascza, M. Fletcher, G. Burda, J. Gizienski, Mr. Copithorne, Mrs. 
Smith. 




VOICE CLASS ROW ONE Mrs. Smith, S. Kuglar, B. Kopacz, V. Talbott, J. 
Wolfram, C. Doty, S. Majewski, P. Pergant, R. Phaneuf, L. Celatka ROW 
TOW T. Wickles, S. Proulx, C. Mullins, B. Malinowski, J. Jagodzinski, E. 
Bruscoe, E. Osley, L. Shaw, A. Armes. 



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The Many Faces 




Of Smith Academy 




Thespians 





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ROW 1: M. Celatka, I. Sikorski, J. Adamites, C. Bourque, L. Omasta, D. Bucala, B. Jaworski, K. Zehelski, 
J. Donnis, C. Cahill ROW 2: S. Majewski, M. Pickett, C. Cantwell, K. Klimczyk, L. Rogaleski, M. Sliwos- 
ki, I. Smiarowski, J. Wolfram, K. Wilkes, J. Fitzgerald, E. Boyle ROW 3: C. Boyle, S. Kugler, C. Petrow- 
icz, K. Pelis, D. Kempisty, B. Kopacz, B. Malinowski, J. Jagodzinski, I. Glenowicz, V. Talbott, M. Doktor, 
S. Proulx ROW 4: C. Vachula, A. Armes, T. Kabat, G. Burda, R. Burrington, Mr. Naumowicz, B. Mali- 
nowski, T. Wickles, C. Sperry, M. Donnis, E. Osley. 




The Thespian Society, under the direction 
of Mr. John Naumowicz elected the following 
officers: Pres., Carol Vachula, Vice-Pres., 
Marsha Donnis, Treas. Elizabeth Osley, Sec. 
Margaretjane Sliwoski, Stage-Mngr. Richard 
Burrington, and Publicity Mngrs. Claire 
Cantwell and Monica Pickett. 



Mr. Naumowicz, C. Vachula, M. Sliwoski, R. Burrington, 
C. Cantwell, E. Osley, M. Pickett, M. Donnis. 



THE CANNIBAL QUEEN by 

Robert St. Clair was presented by 
the Thespians for the benefit of 
the Senior class, Nov. 17, 1967. 
The three-act play was based on 
the hilarious adventure of a can- 
nibal queen who finds herself in a 
small Mid- Western town, faced 
with an imposter. 




The imposter! 





The reporter questions the queen's sponsor. 





Barbara Kopacz assuming the role of 
the queen. 



Student Representatives 




Good Gov't, E. Osley; D. A. R., C. Vachula; Girls' State, M. Donnis; 
Boys' State, B. Malinowski. 



Student Council 




Seated B. Malinowski, Mr. Skarzynski, Standing D. Slowik, G. Burrington, C. Skorupski, G. Burda, V. 
Lisewski, J. Wolfram. 



Pro Merito 



ROW ONE Mrs. Muller, I. Sikorski, 
R. Phaneuf, C. Kabat, N. Slowikow- 
ski, ROW TWO D. Bucala, D. Pad- 
dock, D. Klimczyk, C. Vanasse, 
ROW THREE M. Sliwoski, M. Pick- 
ett, D. Ciszewski, ROW FOUR C. 
Cantwell, L. Rogaleski, F. Celatka, 
C. Wykowski, ROW FIVE W. 
Kuchyt, E. Malinowski, R. Osley, C. 
Sperry, ROW SIX E. Pelis, R. 
Koch an. 



Drivers Ed 





ROW ONE B. Barlow, D. Klimczyk, T. Doktor, R. Omasta, 
R. Dunn, Mr. Skarzynski, K. Zerneri, L. Kabat, R. Magdycz, 
B. Higgins, R. Skorupski, D. Jablonski, R. Kochan, R. 
Betsold, J. Lisewski, I. Sikorski, C. Cantwell; ROW TWO 
H. Mitchell, C. Maciorowski, L. Celatka, C. Sperry, E. 
Pelis, W. Geryk, G. Walker, K. Zehelski, D. Slowik; ROW 



THREE V. Talbott, N. Karakula, M. Motyka, J. Parker 
T. Kabat, R. Osley, M. Fletcher, S. Matusiewicz, L. 
Paniczko, D. Bucala, E. Kempisty, D. Cisewski, D. Pad 
dock; ROW FOUR C. Petrowicz, A. Tremblay. C. Boyle 
J. Guzienski, E. Frodyma, C. Cahill, J. Donnis, J. Fitz 
gerald, M. Celatka, R. Osepowicz. 



Prize Speaking 




ROW ONE: M. Donnis, S. Majewski, E. Osley, B. Kopacz, B. Desmond, ROW TWO: B. Mali- 
nowski, D. Sheehan, Mr. Cechvala, T. Wickles, R. Burrington, Absent when picture was taken T. 
Zgrodnik. 



1st— Marsha Donnis 
1st— Bruce Malinowski 
2nd— Barbara Desmond 
2nd— Daniel Sheehan 
3rd— Sally Majewski 
3rd— Richard Burrington 
4th— Barbara Kopacz 
4th— Thomas Wickles 
4th-Elizabeth Osley 
4th— Thomas Zgrodnik 



"The White Knight" 

"Why Is T.V. Free?" 

"Men's Hair: The Long & Short Of It' 

"Trends in Television" 

"Freedom is Dangerous" 

"Visitors" 

"That Special Date" 

"Do You Remember When?" 

"Surfs Up!" 

"Why I Like Flying" 




The traditional Smith Academy prize 
speaking contest was held Wednesday 
evening April 12, 1967, at the Hatfield Me- 
morial Town Hall, under the direction of 
Mr. Richard Cechvala. The participants 
were judged by Mr. Richard Longman, Miss 
Jeannette Brooks and Mrs. Gretchen Bond. 



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Moonlight And Roses 




Prom Queen Dolores Slowik and her court. 



Saturday evening, May 13, 1967, the 
annual Junior Prom was held in the 
Coach Light Room of the Hotel North- 
ampton. Mrs. Muller conducted the tradi- 
tional grand march led by class president 
Bruce Malinowski. 

After much deliberation the members 
of the band choose Dolores Slowik as 
queen. Members of her court were Mau- 
reen Slysz, Carolyn Kuzontkoski, Evelyn 
Gore and Laura Antosz. 




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SPORTS 



Soccer 




ROW ONE G. Burrington, J. Cantwell, T. Wickles, G. Va- 
chula, B. Malinowski, C. Yagodzinski, C. Skorupski, R. Bur- 
rington, G. Mullins, R. Paniczko ROW TWO W. Belden, J. 



Wroblewski, V. Lisewski, S. Matusiewicz, W. Betsold, S. 
Maciorowski, R. Skorupski, R. Dunn, D. Paddock, R. Hill, 
Mr. Cechavala. 




The soccer team, coached by Mr. Richard Cechava- 
la, had another victorious season. For the second suc- 
cessive year they took the Hampshire League Title 
and went on the the Western Mass. Finals. In the final 
game of the Championship we lost to Ludlow in a 4-1 
heartbreaking game. 

Tom Wickles, Chet Skorupski, George Vachula and 
Bruce Malinowski were named to the Hampshire 
League All Star Team. Bruce had the further honor to 
be named to the Western Mass. All Star Team. 







* i 1 ' * 






"**■■ < ^ 




"The thrill of victory" 



•J. ' ; - : .*'-|fe 




Solid support. 




On your mark, get set . 



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J.V. Basketball 




T. Kabat, D. Jablonski, E. Pelis, R. Hill, F. Pitzer, B. Szych, Mgr. E. Malinowski, Mr. Savage, L. Kabat, 
R. Belden, D. Wickles, W. Popko, G. Fascza, S. Maciorowski, Center R. Shea, C. Yagodzinski, co- 
captains. 




The junior varsity basketball team coached by Mr. 
Joseph Savage finished a highly successful season with 
a record of 20-0. 

The team showed skill and a great spirit which will 
provide a solid foundation for next year's team. 



J.V. Girls Basketball 




ROW ONE A. Proulx, N. Karakula, B. Kopacz, K. Wilkes, D. Kempistv, R. Phaneuf ROW TWO R. 
Cantwell, S. Fascza, Coach Meyerhoefer, E.'Kugler, C. Maiewski. 




The Junior Varsity girls' basketball team 
was coached by Mr. Clyde Meyerhoefer. 

The girls tried their hardest, but due to lack 
of experience they ended their season with a 
1-7 record. Despite this record they are antic- 
pating a successful season next year. 



Western Mass. Champs 




ROW ONE G. Burda, W. Betsold, C. Skorupski, T. Wickles, G. Mullins, B. Malinowski ROW TWO J. 
Wroblewski, E. Pelis, R. Shea, V. Lisewski, Mr. Moczulewski, C. Yagodzinski, W. Popko, T. Kabat, W. 
Belden. 




The Smith Academy Basketball team closed out a 
fine season, finishing in the Hampshire league, winning 
the Western Mass. Class S tournament and winning 
their last thirteen games in a row before losing to 
Nauset Regional in the state semifinals in Boston, to 
close 20-4 on the season. 

Next year, although Coach Moczulewski will not be 
with us and seniors Chet Skorupski, Tom Wickles, Bill 
Betsold, Bruce Malinowski and Vic Lisewski will be 
leaving, the prospects from an undefeated J.V. team 
promise another exciting year. 



Managers Ed Malinowski and Bill Belden. 




It's up for grabs. 



That invincible zone! 




Falcons 
Go To Boston 



itea 3 










Western Mass. stands behind Falcons. 





Strength is reserve. 




Chet chalks up two. 



a— wayy we go 





The agony of defeat! 



The boys in action. 



Girls' Basketball 




ROW ONE C. CantweHrM. Pickett, F. Celatka, ]. Fitzgerald, J. Wolfram, B. Jaworski, K. Zehelski. 
ROW TWO P. Vanasse, J. Jagodzinski, I. Glenowicz, M. Donnis, Coach Meyerhoefer, E. Osley, C. Vachula, 

S. Majewski. 



The girls' basketball team, coached by Mr. 
Clyde Meyerhoefer, compiled a successful rec- 
ord of 8-3. 

Due to the coaches insight and the girls' 
hard work and ability, an exceptional season 
was the end result. 

Invited to the Girls' Invitational Western 
Mass. Basketball Tournament the girls were 
defeated but high hopes for next year remain. 




How'd they get away. 




Moment of meditation before the game. 




Up, up, and away. 




Homeward bound. 



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Co-Captains— Joan Donnis, Mrs. Sirvint and Eileen 
Bruscoe. 



K. Labbee, E. Bruscoe, C. Mullins, B. Pelc, C. Cahill, 
Mrs. Sirvint, J. Donnis, N. Slowikowski, D. Slowik, C. 
Perry, L. Paniczko. 




Cheerleaders 



The Cheerleaders, under the guidance of Mrs. Sirvint and Mrs. Muller enjoyed a 
year of enthusiastic activity as they cheered the team on to another winning season. 
The cheerleaders represented the school in the tournament at Frontier and were fine 
examples of what school spirit should be. 




Varsity D. Slowik, N. Slowikowski, J. Donnis, Mrs. Sirvint, C. Cahill, C. Mullins, E. Bruscoe. Ab- 
sent when picture was taken, B. Malinowski. 



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Fight, Rah. Rah! 



Junior Varsity Kneeling: - K. Lahbee, C. Perry, 
Standing: Captain L. Paniczko, Mrs. Sirvint, B. Pelc. 





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T Y Fjn\ju 


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Succeed, Surpass, Reach the Top! 



Give me an "S" 




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Baseball 



- ■■■"■ ■■<{ %^- 




* ' ' ' 




ROW ONE: R. Hill, C. Yagodzinski, G. Burrington, G. 
Mullins, K. Zeneri, ROW TWO: Coach Meyerhoefer, G. 
Vachula, R. Burrington, C. Skorupski, V. Lisewski, T. 



Wickles, Mr. Jekanowski, ROW THREE C. Zononi, S. 
Zeneri, D. Jablonski, T. Wilkes, C. Sperry, R. Magdycz, R. 
Paniczko. 




Coached by Mr. Clyde Meyerhoefer and assisted by 
Mr. Dave Jekanowski, the Falcons closed out the 
season with a Hampshire League record of 5-9. 

Despite their determined efforts the team found it- 
self unable to win many heartbreaking games. 

Although six seniors will be leaving, the Falcons 
hope to improve their record next year. 



. 



, : 




The coach at the helm!! 







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Wait! You can't start without me!! 



Don't make an out. I want to be up!!! 



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Senior-Faculty Game 



On April 5, 1968, the Senior-Faculty Basketball 
Game was held at the Hatfield Memorial Town 
Hall. In a preliminary game the Senior girls 
played the Sophomore girls. Coached by Cyndy 
Mullins and Penny Pergant the Senior girls de- 
feated the Sophomores by a score of 34-12. 

The Seniors boys then carried on the tradition 
by out-scoring the teachers 75-53. In a hilarious 
game filled with many tense moments the Senior 
boys proved themselves men enough to outmatch 
the faculty. 

The game was enjoyed equally by spectators 
and players, with good sportsmanship displayed by 
all. 




I was lucky to get out alive! 




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Those teachers really amaze me! 



' 




ih, 



Ref. Mullins says "On with the show!" 




They look like winners, Don't they?? 



Happy ending to an exhausting game!! 



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School 
Picnic 




Master chef at work!?! 



School Picnic— scheduled for the 
first rainy day in June. 



I'll drink to that!!! 





At least the food was saved!! 





What a dav for a picnic. 



The faculty— dressed for the occasion. 




ROW ONE: W. Osley, J. Cantwell, M. Olszewski, B. Malinowski, 
T. Wilkes; ROW TWO: K. Pelis, M. Doktor, C. Mullins, S. 
Majewski, J. Adamites, P. Pergant, B. Kopacz, E. Bruscoe, J. 
Jagodzinski, B. Malinowski, Rep. Silvio O. Conte ROW THREE: 



Mr. Copithorne, S. Proulx, K. Szych, K. Himczyk, P. Betsold, 
I. Glenowicz, E. Osley, Mr. Sirvint, ROW FOUR W. Bleden, W. 
Pelis, P. Maciorowski, W. Betsold, R. Burrington, T. Wickles. 



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Washington Candids 




Sleep? Who needs it? 





Security is a warm blanket. 




Only my hairdresser knows for 



My mother said there would be days like this. 



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Out for their afternoon constitu- 
tional. 



S. A.'s Arabian exchange student. 



Presentation of class gift to bus driver. 






Mr. Copithorne relaxes!?!? 



It's been a hard day's night!!! 



Caught in the act! I! 





Mr. Sirvint and his watchful eyes!! 



Senior Class Banquet 




All around manager award!??! 



A bag full of Hobbit feet??? 




Are they or aren't they?? You figure it out!!! 



Class Day 





■•• • • ' 


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M.V.P. Chet Skorupski presents Coach Moczulewski \ 
plaque. 


vith 




The last walk. 






mce Malinowski. M.V.P., Soccer 



Class Pres. Thomas Wickles gives welcome. 



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Good Government Day Represent 
tive; Elizabeth Oslev. 




Crisco Award; Kathryn Szych. 




Betty Crocker Homemaker 
Award; Carol Vachula. 





The planting of the ivy. 



Rensselaer Science Award; Craig 
Sperry. 




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Graduation Awards 

Pro Merito Pins— Richard Burrington, Barbara Desmond, Martha Doktor, Marsha 
Donnis, Sally Majewski, Brenda Malinowski, Suzanne Proulx, Carol Vachula, George 
Vachula, Thomas Wickles 

American Legion Award, Oratory Medal, U.S. Savings Bond, Dr. Bonneville Memorial 
Plaque— Craig Sperry 

Hatfield Book Club Annual Literary Award— Carol Vachula 

D.A.R. Good Citizen Award— Carol Vachula 

Josten Medallion Awards: 

Valedictorian— Thomas Wickles 

Salutatorian— Sally Majewski 

Third Honors— George Vachula 

Girls' and Boys' Activities— Brenda Malinowski & Bruce Malinowski 

Girls' & Boys' Athletics— Sally Majewski & Thomas Wickles 

Journalism— Cynthia Mullins 

Ail-Around Student— Richard Burrington 

Bausch & Lomb Honorary Science Award— George Vachula 

Danforth Leadership Awards— Sally Majewski & Bruce Malinowski 

Lions Club Award for further education— Thomas Wickles 

Women's Endeavor Society Award— Brenda Malinowski 

M. Larkin Proulx Award— Thomas Wickles 

Women's Club of the Holy Trinity Catholic Church Award to the top commercial 
student— Suzanne Proulx 

Suzanne M. Novak Memorial Award for proficiency and progress in English with the 
intention of teaching— Marsha Donnis 

Parent- Teachers Council Award for proficiency and progress in the study of history 
and government— Carol Vachula & Bruce Malinowski 

Hatfield Teachers Club Award— Carol Vachula & George Vachula 

Readers Digest Award— Thomas Wickles 

Hatfield Jr. Drum Corps Award for proficiency and progress in languages— Sally 
Majewski & Thomas Wickles 

Patricia Zembiski Memorial Award for further education in a nursing or teaching 
career— Martha Doktor 

American Legion Auxiliary Post Award— Elizabeth Osley 

Northampton Cosmetologists Association Scholarship Award for furthering education 
in cosmetology— Patricia Betsold 



75 



Patrons 



$5.00 

Mr. & Mrs. Peter Majewski 

Mr. & Mrs. Stephen Bruscoe, Sr. 

Mr. & Mrs. John Cantwell 

Mr. & Mrs. William Betsold 

Rev. Aloysius A. Budnik 

Mr. & Mrs. Ernest Vanasse 

The Hoynoski Family 

Mr. & Mrs. Edward Kostek 

Mr. & Mrs. Frank A. Malinowski, Ji 

Mr. & Mrs. Frank Glenowicz, Sr. 



$3.00 




Mr. 


& Mrs 


Robert J. Yarrows 


Mr 


& Mrs 


Edward A. Breor, Jr. 


Mr 


& Mrs 


Robert L. Talbott 


1 Mr. 


& Mrs 


John F. Sheehan 


Mr. 


& Mrs. 


Henry Szych 


Mr. 


& Mrs. 


William Olszewski 


Mr. 


& Mrs. 


Henry M. Kugler, Sr. 


Mr. 


& Mrs. 


Edward Potyrala 


Mr. 


& Mrs. 


David Omasta 


Miss Sylvia 


W. Kenny 


Mr. 


& Mrs. 


Chester Szawlowski 


"A Friend" 




I Mr. 


&'Mrs. 


Henry Donnis 



$2.00 

Mr. & Mrs. Peter Rogaleski 

Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Mullany 

Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Osley 

William C. O'Donnell 

Mr. & Mrs. Gordon Woodward 

Mr. John Steinglein, Jr. 

Mr. & Mrs. Chester Klimczyk 

Alice Majewski 

Mr. & Mrs. William Boyle 

Cernak Farm Supply 

Mr. & Mrs. Paul Petcen 

Mr. & Mrs. Marcus Boyle 

Miss Rose Kovalski 

Mr. & Mrs. Francie Vollinger 

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Wendolowski, Jr. 

Mr. Henry Betsold 

Mr. & Mrs. Raymond Balise 

Elsie & Bill Greenough 

Mr. & Mrs. Giles Desmond 

Mr. & Mrs. Edward Kopacz 

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Kabat 

Mr. & Mrs. Eugene Proulx 

George Omasta 

Mr. & Mrs. Carl Kuzontkoski 



Alfred & Theresa Proulx 

Mr. & Mrs. Albert Omasta 

Mr. & Mrs. Anthony Zembiski 

Mr. & Mrs. Richard Dwight 

"A Friend" 

"A Friend" 

Mr. & Mrs. Sylvester Pelis 

Mr. & Mrs. Robert Symanski 

Mr. & Mrs. Theodore A. Doktor 

Mr. & Mrs. Chester Pelis 

Mr. & Mrs. William Slowikowski 

Mr. & Mrs. Cylde Meyerhoefer 

Mr. & Mrs. William Symanski 

Mr. & Mrs. Bernard Kosier 

Mr. William Burke 

Maslanka Brothers 

Mr. & Mrs. Paul Lapienski 

Mr. & Mrs Stanley Jagodzinski 

Charles Zononi & Sons— Builders 

Mr. & Mrs. Martin Holich 

Mr. & Mrs. Michael Pergant 

Mr. & Mrs. Bernard Shaw 

Mr. & Mrs. Vernon Johnson 



Dr. Philip Koski 
Dr. Charles L. Branch 
Dr. Edward J. Kelly 
Dr. Walter P. Basamania 
Dr. Robert C. Byrne 
Dr. Henry J. Philie, Jr. 
E. Robert Grossman 
Dr. Alfred Kaiser 



Best Wishes 

to 

the Graduating Class 



Reverend 
WILLIAM FRANCIS BREEN 



Pastor of 

St. Joseph's 

Roman Catholic Church 



WOODWARD INSURANCE 
AGENCY 

TWO LOCATIONS TO BETTER SERVE YOU 

1 35 King Street f J*^ X Hatfield, Mass. 
Opposite Hotel Northampton I /JuSJ&m'' ' J 14 Elm Street 
Phone: 586-0114 \^p^4^X Phone; 247-5678 


COMPLIMENTS 

of 

PIONEER BOWLING 

CENTER and 

JAN'RY HAIR STYLING 

92 King Street 
Northampton, Mass. 


COMPLIMENTS 

J. J. NEWBERRY CO. 

Department Store 
Northampton, Massachusetts 


FRANK'S BARBER SHOP 

Comer Market & Walnut 
Open 8-8, Sat. 8-5 


"The name to remember in Menswear" 

NELSON'S 

14 Center Street 
Northampton, Massachusetts 



B.&J. APPLIANCE SERVICE 

Major Appliance Repairs & Sales 

All Makes 

Whirlpool Kitchen Aides 

3 Elm St. South Deerfield 



AUTOMATIQUE 




New England, Inc. 
Northampton, Mass. 

Automatic Cafeterias in 

Schools and Colleges 

Serving a variety of foods daily 

. . . Service is our motto . . . 



AGWAY INC. 

Retail Store 

King Street, Northampton 

BEE LINE 

Supply Center 

Route 5 

West Hatfield, Mass. 




ALBERT OMASTIA 



BUILDING and REMODELING 



North Street Hatfield, Mass. 

247-5666 



HADLEY MOTOR SALES 

USED CARS 

CHESTER KULIKOWSKI 

Russell Street Hadley, Mass. 



NORTH HATFIELD CLUB 

BEST WISHES AND GOOD LUCK 

TO THE CLASS OF "68" 

Walter M. Dulaski 



BUCHHOLZ RAMBLER CO. 

141 King Street 
Northampton 

©AMBLER 

World Standard of Compact Car Excellence 
World Standard ot Compact Car Excellence 






GAGNON'S 
GARAGE, INC. 

Depot Avenue Florence, Mass. 




[ LASALLE FLORIST 

Whatley, Mass. 
Route 5 & 10 
584-0973 
' "Flowers say everything better" 


"Congratulations 

to 
The Class of 1967" 

Sportsmans & Sophia Smith 
Motels 

West Hatfield, Massachusetts 


B & L ATLANTIC SERVICE 

506 Pleasant Street 
Northampton, Mass 01060 


LOUIS KANDZ 

! "Eat More Potatoes" 
CHICK-A-DEE CHIPS 
AREN'T THEY GREAT! 


)■ ,\ M-M-M! 
^"^ BAKERY- 1 
¥ :F FRESH ' 

^. BREAD 1 
IMPERIAL BAKERY 

Pleasant Street 
Northampton 



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CZELUSNIAK FUNERAL HOMES 





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FLORENCE BEAUTY 
CENTER 

Maple Street 

Florence 

One way to Beauty 

Coiffures 


«^XiaI/ flower shop 
E. J. FLEURY, PROP. 

68 Green Street 
Northampton, Mass. 


"We Repair With Care" 

Square Deal Motor Sales 

72 Main Street 

Hatfield, Mass. 

Tel. 247-5956 

Henry M. Kugler, Sr. Prop. 


BBS 




PADDOCK'S 


Buy from the man who 

knows typewriters 

Smith-Corona 

Typewriters 


MUNSON AUTO 
SUPPLY 

Pleasant Street 


CLEANERS AND 
TAILORS 

"Suits made to order" i 


THE 

TYPEWRITER 

SHOP INC. 


Northampton 


7 North Main Street 
Florence, Mass. 


84 Pleasant St. Northampton 







CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES TO THE 
CLASS OF 1968 



EDWARD L. 
MALINOWSKI 

MASON CONTRACTOR 



Telephone CH-7-5814 
280 West Street North Hatfield, Mass. 



(Say Ritchie) 



COMPLIMENTS 






OF 


Compliments of 




GRAVES RESTAURANT 

and 


BROWN'S 
MARKET 


DR. DOWNHILL 

North King St. 


THE FOUR CORNERS 




Northampton, Mass. 


CLUB 








HADLEY GARDEN 






CENTER 




JOHN T. MARTULA 

245 Russell St. 


Route 9 Russell St. 

Hadley 

Edward J. Machno 


COVENTRY'S 
MOTOR COURT 


Hadley, Mass. 


B.S. M.S. 

Horticulturist 

Shrubbery Insecticides 

Fertilizer Seed 


West Hatfield, Mass. 


J. W. PARSONS & SONS INC. 


Industrial & Farm Tractors & Machines 


Parts— Service— Sales 


Bridge Street West Hatfield 


247-5641 


Compliments of 


HIGHWAY GARAGE 


GRAVES EQUIPMENT 


Truck and Automotive Care ' 




North Hatfield, Mass. 




247-5721 





LABBEE CHEVROLET, 


HADLEY GRAIN & 


INC. 


COAL 




HADLEY, MASS. 
Feeds 


Sales & Service 


Grass Seeds Mason Supplies 




Fertilizers Coal 






200 North King Street 




Northampton, Massachusetts 


SUBURBAN LINOLEUM CO. 




63V2 Maple Street 


TED'S BOOT SHOP INC. 


Florence, Mass. 


158 Main Street 


Kentile Floors 


Northampton, Mass. 


Bigelow Carpets 


Fashion and fit at the Friendly 


Armstrong Floors 


shoe store 


Ceramic Floor and Wall Tile 




CuuuXlby^ ^OrnLUusnA new 


GOULD FURNITURE 


at 


COMPANY 




137 Main Street 


Ann August 


Northampton, Mass. 



PLUMB AUTO SUPPLY CO. 

242 King Street 
Northampton, Mass. 


A complete selection of intimate 

apparel, sportswear and equipment 

in one charming location. 

COME IN AND BROWSE 

LAURA GIRARD SHOP 
EMPSALL'S SPORT SHOP 

62-64 Green Street 
Northampton, Mass. 


SaCutmg 

the 
graduating 
! class of '68 

| Cahill & Hodges 

Northampton Menswear 


DAILY HAMPSHIRE GAZETTE 

Armory Street 

Northampton, Mass. 

Established in 

1786 


VALENTINE 
CONCRETE, INC. 

TRANSIT MIX CONCRETE 

North Elm and Hatfield St. 
Northampton, Mass. 


WALTER C. WANCZYK 

POTATOES-ONIONS 

Sweet Corn— Squash— Asparagus 

Fertilizer and Insecticides 

Telephone 584-4392 92 Bay Road 

Hadley, Mass. 



COMPLIMENTS 
OF 

GEORGE F. REYNOLDS 
FUNERAL HOME 



K & L SERVICE 




Prospect Street 

Hatfield, Mass. 

Carl 247-5057 Al 



BEST WISHES TO THE 

CLASS OF '68 

FROM 



AGWAY INC. 

RETAIL STORE 



KING STREET 
NORTHAMPON 




Excavating— Heavy Trucking 
Bulldozing Equipment Rentals 



OSLEY 

CONSTRUCTION 

COMPANY 



Post Office Box 101 

West Street 

West Hatfield, Mass. 

247-5311 



TOBIN BROS., INC 



CONCRETE MASONY UNITS 
Florence, Mass. 01060 

3326 
(413) 584-3279 



Concrete Blocks Bricks 

Masons' Supplies & Tools 

COMPLETE LINE OF CONCRETE 

PRODUCTS FOR OUTDOOR LIVING 



LAPIENSKI'S 
GARAGE 

Linseed Road 

West Hatfield, Mass. 

Tel. 247-5238 


MARGARETTE HINES 
BLUE BROWN SHOP 

46 Green Street 
Northampton, Mass. 
Kilts Tweeds 


KEYES FLOWER SHOP 

29 Keyes Street 

Florence, Mass. 

584-9595 


THE QUILL BOOK SHOP 

100 Green Street 
Northampton, Mass. 


WALTER E. DENNY 

OPTICIAN 

4 Crafts Avenue Northampton 


Northampton 
FROZEN FOOD LOCKER 

29 Hawley Street 

Northampton, Mass. 

584-2618 


Groceries 

Vegetables 

Beer & Wine 

HATFIELD MARKET 

Myron J. Sikorski Proprietor 
Prospect Street, Hatfield 


HATFIELD ^S^/ 
REEF COMPANY 

Tel. 247-5441 



THE 

RUSSELL'S 

SANDWICH SHOP 




£ffT 
at 

qussais 



§; 



Routes 5 & 10 



AQUA VITAE 
RESTAURANT & MOTEL 




Hadley, Massachusetts 



RHEA FUEL 
CORPORATION 




Whalen's Service Station 
300 King Street Northampton 



SID WOLFRAM 

SAND-LOAM-GRAVEL 
HEAVY HAULING BULLDOZING 

Hatfield, Mass. 
Tel. 7-5711 


HERBERT & SON INC. 

227 North King Street 
584-2410 Northampton, Mass. 


ACME AUTO BODY 

and 

WHEEL ALIGNMENT, 

INC. 

220 King Street 
Northampton, Mass. 


WEST HATFIELD 
MOWER SERVICE 

West Street 

247-5112 


Best Wishes to the 

Class of 1968 

from 

Bidwell Travel Service, Inc. 

Northampton 584-3485 



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Joe's 
Spaghetti and Pizza House 

33 Market Street Northampton, Mass. 

584-3168 



HARUBINS SERVICE STATION 



GENERAL REPAIRS 



West Street North Hatfield 

247-5140 




PLEASANT MARKET, 
INC. 

'GROCERIES & MEATS AT THEIR 
BEST 







***V 



Main Street Northampton, Mass. 



POMEROY 
LUMBER COMPANY 



QUALITY LUMBER & BUILDING 
MATERIALS 



FOR MEN OF TODAY & TOMORROW 

daniel's 



Menswear 

16-18 Main Street 



Boyswear 
Northampton 



584-8661 



Depot Road 



North Hatfield 



Compliments 
of 

Lamplighter 
Steak House 

Whately, Mass. 








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MAIN STREET 






NORTHAMPTON, MASS. 




"Fine Eyewear Doesn't 


BLYDA FORD SALES 


KING & CUSHMAN, 


Cost-It Pays" 


171 King Street 


Inc. 


Donald S. Call 


Northampton, Mass. 


Insurance 


Optician— Hearing Aids 


584-2400 


24 Center Street 


56 Main St. Amherst 


FORD FALCON FAIRLANE 


Northampton, Mass. 


253-7002 


THUNDERBIRD MUSTANG 


584-5610 


"SV^^-v. TeL: J044675 

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MURDUFF'S 




THE 


JEWELRY STORE 


Charlie's Sunoco Service 


TELEVISION SHOP 


watches— watch repairs— jewelry 


"Where service is our most 


22 Masonic Street 


wedding and shower gifts 


important product" 


584-3535 


139 Main St. 


Charles E. Kott 


Northampton 


Florence, Mass. 


138 King St. 






Northampton Mass. 










CAL^ 


/IN THEATER 


G. A. Finck & 


Son 




King Street 


Insurance Agenc) 


r Inc. 




Northampton 

The best movies 

for less." 




Compliments 
of 

HATFIELD 
POLICE ASSOCIATION 



CLIFF ALLEN 
COLLEGE CLOTHIER 

Amherst, Mass. 



COHEN BROS. 

116-118 Main Street 
Northampton 



AHEARN FUNERAL HOME 

ESTABLISHED 

1890 

2 Pomeray Terrace 

Northampton, Massachusetts 



SHERMAN JEWELERS 

164 Main Street 

Northampton, Mass. 

Free engraving 

(only on purchases bought at store) 



ZENAN J. BARSH 



Dwight Street 
247-5257 



Hatfield 
Mass. 



*& 



Compliments 
of 

One Hour Martinizing 

193 Main Street 
Northampton 



HATFIELD BEVERAGE COMPANY 

Prospect Street 
Hatfield, Massachusetts 01038 



TOM'S GRINDER STAND 

Long Steamed Dogs 
Route 5 & 10 Whately, Mass. 







W H M P 


A.M. 


F.M. 




1400 


99.3 


MUSIC-NEWS-SPORTS 




FLORENCE TEXACO SERVICE, 
INC. 



HATFIELD DRUG STORE 

Main Street 

Hatfield, Mass. 

247-5505 



68 Main Street 
Florence 



584-8060 




Compliments of 

SERIO'S MARKET 



OXFORD PICKLES 



South Deerfield, Mass. 



YOUR 

Insurance 

"SERVES 




dependent 

AGENT 



GENERAL INSURANCE 

LIFE INSURANCE 

MUTUAL FUNDS 

REAL ESTATE 



FIRST" 

NAIA 



ROGALESKI INSURANCE 
AGENCY 

8 Maple Street 



Hatfield, Mass. 



247-3411 



Best Wishes 
to the Class of '67 




HOLY TRINITY 
ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH 

Hatfield, Mass. 



<< 



Best of Luck to the 
Graduating Class" 



Compliments of 



FRONTIER 

LUMBER 

COMPANY 







"Best Wishes to the Class of 67" 






THE TRIPOD CAMERA SHOP 


MEL-AN STORES INC. 




, 


School Supplies and 






ill 


Sewing Supplies 






77 Main Street 






w% 


Florence, Mass. 












Mert Alden 


Al Muller 






Amherst 


Northampton 


H. L. CHILDS AND 


Hampshire Supply 




SONS 


Company 


PURSEGIOUES 


Printing and Paper-hanging 


Plumbing Supplies 


15 State Street 


contractors 


316 King St. 


Northampton 


25 State Street 


Northampton, Mass. 




Northampton 584-2604 






West Clothing Center 


Fine Luggage and Leather Goods at 


Compliments 


^^^Sm^^^L 


^^^^^^p L 


HARLOW LUGGAGE 


of 


^mmm&m^ 


STORE 


MEYER and 


11 North Maple Street 


18 Center Street 


MENDELSOHN 


Florence 


Northampton 




"Clothing and Shoes For the 






Entire Family" 






Western Wear 










COCA-CC 


)LA BOTTLING CO. 


HOUSE OF WAI 


,SH 


& Whereve 


wherever 


Amherst 




|M your 


you're 


Massachusetts 




/W^Z" 


going 


Outfitters to 




.:::|yB| 


of 


College Men and Wome 


n 




Northampton 







In Review 
INTERNATIONAL EVENTS 

1. British hippies claim that their aim is different 
from that of American hippies. . .they don't want to 
"drop out" of society, but to stay in and change it. 

2. French President Charles DeGaulle stirred up a lot 
of controversy during 1967— here he explains why he 
feels Britain should not be a Common Market member. 

3. Soldiers of the U.S. 4th Infantry Division rest atop 
Hill 1338 following a fierce battle with the North Viet- 
namese for the hill in the Dak To area. 

4. Israeli soldiers fly their flag from a mosque in the 
Sinai desert captured by the Israelis during the short- 
lived Arab-Israeli war in June of 1967. 

5. Waving red-colored booklets of Mao's quotations, 
pro-communist Chinese swarm in front of the Govern- 
or's House during May demonstrations in Hong Kong. 

6. Mrs. Svetlana Alhluyeva, daughter of the late So- 
viet dictator Joseph Stalin, was a bit surprised that 
her defection created so much stir in the U. S. 






7. In June, Soviet Premier Alexei N. Kosygin came to 
the United States to address the UN about the Arab- 
Israeli war and later talked with President Johnson. 

8. An Army vehicle bears the casket of former West 
German Chancellor Konrad Adenauer from Cologne 
Cathedral, April 25, following a Requiem Mass. 

9. Suits came back into fashion during 1967. This one 
was designed by Lito Manalang for a young fashion 
house, the year-old British Moderns of New York. 

10. This wide angle view of the moon's hidden side 
was taken on August 6, 1967 and transmitted back to 
the Jet Propulsion Lab in Pasadena, California. 

11. Heavy monsoon rains turned most of South Viet- 
nam into a quagmire during the summer of 1967. Here, 
U.S. marines prepare to board a Chinook helicopter. 

12. President Johnson, shown here in Vietnam, staunch- 
ly defended the nation's participation in the Vietnam 
war despite widespread protests and demonstrations. 








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